Adobe Flash Player 21.0.0.213 Released – MSI Download

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Adobe Flash Player 21.0.0.213 Released - MSI Download 3Adobe have released another update to their Adobe Flash Player software, this time taking it up to version 21.0.0.213.

As always, you can download the executable file or get the MSI file so that you can load it into your Configuration Manager Software Catalog.

The update is also now available to import through System Center Update Publisher (SCUP) so you can inject it into your WSUS or Configuration Manager systems.

You can the download the latest MSI installers for Adobe Flash from our new Downloads microsite by clicking the download link below, browsing to the Downloads section and you will find it under the “Adobe” folder.

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Download Flash Player v21.0.0.213

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10 thoughts on “Adobe Flash Player 21.0.0.213 Released – MSI Download

    1. Avatar for TechyGeeksHomeTechyGeeksHome

      I think you are using the wrong switches. It is an MSI so should be:

      msiexec.exe /i “msifile.msi”

      Then add /q for a silent install

      Reply
      1. Avatar for Paulo MartinsPaulo Martins

        My bad, i wanted to write /q. I’m using Intune, it places the /q automatically. Nevertheless, when i run the MSI directly, without switches, i get the message i posted above… found out several solutions like deleting some registry keys but that didn’t work.

        Reply
  1. Avatar for Paulo MartinsPaulo Martins

    Do you need to input any additional commands or is the /s enough? Great work guys!

    Reply
    1. Avatar for TechyGeeksHomeTechyGeeksHome

      I think you are using the wrong switches. It is an MSI so should be:

      msiexec.exe /i “msifile.msi”

      Then add /q for a silent install

      Reply
      1. Avatar for Paulo MartinsPaulo Martins

        My bad, i wanted to write /q. I’m using Intune, it places the /q automatically. Nevertheless, when i run the MSI directly, without switches, i get the message i posted above… found out several solutions like deleting some registry keys but that didn’t work.

        Reply
  2. Avatar for Paulo MartinsPaulo Martins

    Do you need to input any additional commands or is the /s enough? Great work guys!

    Reply

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